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Location: Cookeville, Tenn.
Size: 7,400 sq. ft.
Complete: Under Construction
Owner: Wheeler Orthodontics

Wheeler Orthodontics

Cookeville’s Wheeler Orthodontics will soon have a new location as construction is underway on a 7,400 square-foot facility, located at 755 E. Veterans Drive. This project is the first to commence on the six-plus acre commercial development, with plans for multiple commercial properties in the works.

The new state-of-the-art facility will include more than 5,550 square feet of first floor space and almost 1,850 square feet of private event space on the second floor.

The wood-frame structure will consist of stone veneer, HardiePlank® lap siding, and rough sawn lumber overhangs, which will give this modern facility a charming, craftsman-style look.

The standing seam roof system will provide the owner a more durable and maintenance-free alternative while giving excellent thermal performance that will help reduce the building’s overall energy waste.

The 1,300 square-foot waiting room will showcase exposed beams overhead, a beautiful gas fireplace, coffee bar and large gaming area for the kids. The nearly 1,000 square-foot treatment area will be accented with vaulted tongue and groove ceilings and 15’ arched windows, and will include 10 treatment chairs, two private treatment rooms, an x-ray room, employee break room, as well as a brushing station with four sinks.

The building’s flooring will consist of luxury vinyl plank, ceramic tile and carpet, and the ceilings will be a mixture of tongue and groove wood, painted gypsum board and acoustical ceiling tiles.

The second floor will feature a large sitting area at the top of the stairs, two separate staff locker rooms with showers, a full kitchen with 6’ island and attached lounge area, a 14’ x 20’ covered porch with vaulted ceiling and exposed Douglas fir rough sawn beams, and a multipurpose room that can be used as a fitness area or private event space.

“We always enjoy working on local projects,” said J&S Construction CEO, Jack Stites. “We especially enjoy projects we know will continue to help Cookeville grow while increasing residents’ quality of life.”